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we have posted that we have posted that ayers clip and my throwback thursday for monday night. you, me and the bomber, bill ayers. >> welcome to hannity. this is a fox news alert. in a major blow to the obama administration, the united states supreme court ruled not only did the violate his executive power but the constitution. the highest court in the land sided with center republicans and returned the 2027 recess appointment to the national labors relations board. it comes on the heels of speaker john boehner's announcement he is suing the president for what he considers his brazen abuse of power. shannon joins us from being there all day. she joins us from washington.
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>> it is a unanimous opinion. all the justices agreed when the president decided to make three appointments to the national labor relations board the senate was in session and when he did so the president stepped over this is constitutional boundaries. justice stephen breyer wrote this we hold for the purpose of the recess clause the senate is in session when it says it is. it retains the acted to transact senate business. she senate made that here. >> there's a lot of danger in the executive branch keeping too much power. we need to be able to push back to the president and remind him he's not a king. >> but majority leader harry reid said they got it wrong. since president obama took office senate republicans have done everything possible to deny qualified nominees from receiving a fair up or down vote. president obama did right fon
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behalf of the american workers. and monday the hobby lobby decision as to being devoutly christian and said it would force them to provide employees cost free access to 20 forms of contraception including four the hobby lobby owners believe can cause an abortion. we'll see monday what the justices think about that religious freedom claim. >> thank you. we'll be watching monday. another bombshell when investigators discovered shocking e-mail that disagreed irs official lois lerner targeted republican chuck grassley of iowa back in 2012 and e-mail showed lerner sought to have grassley audited after receiving an invitation meant to go to the senator. and we turn to carl cameron standing by in washington with all the details. carl, it never ends. >> now outrage and new calls for a special prosecutor all of this
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comes because a nonprofit group wanted to invite both lois lerner and senatorbz5grassley t an event the invitation for grassley mistakenly went to lerner and an offer for taking expenses and lois lerner looked at that and thought there was a potential for an audit. that e-mail has since surfaced. senator grassley knew about it about two months and been very careful using language on three b by 5s in a new investigation of the irs scandal. so angry and outraged are republicans that ted cruz went to the floor of the senate and put in the historic record forever his charge that there should be immediately on the u.s. senate a resolution to appoint a special prosecutor and democrats should support it. and he said if eric holder the u.s. attorney general in the obama administration's appointee
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there does not appoint a special prosecutor he should be impeached. very tough stuff. look for the house of ways and means committee to push his own investigation into this. he has jurisdiction over it. all across the hill the investigators are going back into this thinking they have another example of lois lerner's abuse of power. one thing on house speaker john boehner's lawsuit against the president. he's going forward with it now, that's clear, strengthened in part by the decision of the supreme court shannon was just talking about it. we have a decision how it will be done. the resolution's language has not been written but go to the bipartisan legislative advisory group two of the top democrats in the house and top republicans and the speaker in john boehner's case is a republican and 3-2 majority to approve it, sent to the house rules committee on the floor for a vote and the house has the majority to pass it and hoping this is so egregious they will pick up a few democrats to go along suing the president.
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thank you. joining me at the hannity big board for the scandal, ainslie earnhardt. the grassley part of this was an e-mail retrieved on a blackbe y blackberry, this was apparently an invitation meant for senator grassley and potentially bringing his wife, an event he never even went to and immediately she wants to turn it over for potential investigation before it even happened. >> what's interesting we have grassley being targeted, we have conservative groups being targeted and missing e-mails. remember the administration their narrative this entire time has been there's no scandal here. let's move on. there's nothing to see. let's go on. listen to this. >> no mass corruption? >> not even mass corruption, not even a smidgen of corruption. >> i have seen no evidence of wrongdoing. >> they are becoming increasingly desperate to try to substantiate the conspiracy
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theories they've been propagating some time now. >> not a smidgen. >> it seems like every day another shoe drops. 75% of americans in a recent fox news poll says that believe these e-mails were destroyed intentionally by the administration. americans polls. >> and 64% of democrats in that poll. >> exactly. no partisan lines here. what caused this distrust. mrs. mitchell is the lady being targeted by the irs. here's what she said last night on your show. >> we had four commissioners of the irs or acting commissioners in a row who trotted up to congress and lied. that's what they did. doug shulman when he was commissioner told the oversight committee there was no targeting of conservative groups. that was a lie. steven miller the acting commissioner testified last may there was nothing he irs or he had done wrong.
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that was a lie. we had danny werfel dispatched by the white house last may and testified there was no wrongdoing even though the didn't interview until employees and that was a lie. >> and we can go back to other scandals, fast and furious and benghazi and seems to be a pattern of behavior and it gets worse. >> that's right. we learned today the commissioner of the irs, you heard his name a lot in the news, he's been giving to the democrats all these years upwards of $85,000 of his own money, the commissioner of the irs, since 1980 he has given to every single democratic presidential candidate including barack obama in 2012. that's when all the scandal was going on. first, we have the irs losing the e-mails and now we find out the epa has also lost e-mails. >> i heard about that, too. also, we went over the timeline
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of that. the timeline is very suspicious. you have lois lerner and 10 days after the scandal investigation begins, hard drive crash, the other people's hard drive crash, they get rid of the company, the backup service. these e-mails were subpoenaed in august 2013 and knew they were missing in february of 2014. the irs commissioner said you will get all the e-mails in march of 2014. they didn't tell congress until june this month. >> exactly. she originally in 2011 asked for her it department. she said, i've lost some personal data, now, they're saying they have lost e-mails. what is it? personal data or lost e-mails. it seems very suspicious at this point. >> we've been talking to a lot of it. t. people. they think they may be retrievable. you'll be back. >> it's the best country in the world. can't we get the e-mails? >> and all this reaction of the boehn boehner lawsuit and scandal.
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constitutional professor of george washington university is jonathan turley. thank you both for being here. ron, i was particularly interested in your comments. we had john on a number of times talking about a constitutional tipping point. you said you were naive to give obama the benefit of the doubt last year on the irs. why? >> thanks for having me on. because exactly a year ago i called for a special prosecutor because at the time, this was early on only six weeks into the scandal, it was clear to me we had probable cause for an investigation. it was clear to me the republican house was incapable, especially daryl issa of running a really they're r-- thorough deep investigation without grandstanding. and clear to me the white house if they wanted not to be credible to get the evidence out. i wrote in that column i'd like to believe if there was anything nefarious here it was not done with direction of the white house but we needed to get the facts out.
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what's happened since then in the last year is shortly after that column the white house started talking about a tony scandal which is ridiculous because we haven't gotten to the bottom of this yet. a few days ago we found out we had these missing e-mails. yeah, i feel kind of naive for even thinking about giving them the benefit of the doubt which doesn't mean i stop doing my job. i called for a special prosecutor right away. now, we're at the point where we still don't snknow whether or n there was an abuse of power in the irs. we have both parties posturing and grandstanding and we still don't have a thorough investigation why i think we need a special prosecutor. >> i agree with you totally. you need objective eyes on this. now, with each developing part of the story, are you more suspicious that something nefarious was going on? >> yeah. how could you not be? i wrote the night the e-mails came up missing by the way happened on a friday night when you try to bury news, you can't
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blame anybody now. you can't blame any american for being suspicious about this. the white house every time they blow this off and act smug about it they're undermining their own credibility. they have to realize they're undermining their credibility but the public's trust in government the core of the democratic party. this is bad politics, bad policy, bad governance. >> jonathan, you and i don't always agree politically but you have been an incredible watchdog as it relates to the constitution and separation of powers and co-equal branches of government. we've had you on talking about what we may be at a tipping point constitutionally in the country. as it relates to today's supreme court decision and in this particular case, and the president you said effectively has rewritten laws, crossed the constitutional line, what is your reaction to the courted decision today and what impact
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will this have on the president moving forward? >> it was a fascinating decision. i testified at the hearing, the judiciary hearing committee after the appointments were made. i testified at that time i believed they were flagrantly unconstitutional. they are close questions, as i said to the committee in constitutional law, but this was not one of them. i'm still astonished that the obama administration litigated this case. they abandoned a long principle of past presidents not to push these to final decision. this decision today wiped out decades of efforts by prior presidents to try to increase their authority in this area. it's a major major loss. but it's the right decision. at the end of the day, it means the president again violated the separation of powers. this is becoming something of a serial violation for the president. what the president did here i can't imagine any competent
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lawyer would look at it and say, yes, you do have that authority. it was clearly an effort to circumvent. there was a paragraph in this long 100 page opinion overlooked. the paragraph from the court says that this clause is not there for branches to work-around other branches. it essentially was a veiled referenc going it alone. the court said there's a clear purpose to this clause. it's not there to be used effectively as a weapon. i think that's a shot across the bow in a lot of these different areas. >> we have to leave it there. i wish we had more time, ron. nu and jonathan, as always, thank you. appreciate it. coming up, mississippi senate candidate, chris danie mcdaniels, why i he is not conceding to that cochran. and i want to show you new flyers we found today and later
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as isis continues to gain more of stronghold in iraq while president obama allows this country to fall into a terror state, what does that mean? lieutenant colonel raffle lph p says it could be grounds for impeachment. he's here to explain that and ann colter to weigh in on hillary clinton and her support of a rapist she got off, all coming up.
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pentagon welcome back to hannity. the gop fight for the mississippi seat is far from over. senator thad cochran narrowly won the runoff. his opponent refuses to concede and joins me to explain why. here for his first interview since tuesday's controversial result. chris mcdaniels. good to see you. >> thanks for having me. >> the first thing i want to ask is what was your reaction to this and more importantly the campaign? i'll show some of the things that were said about you in the campaign. what was your reaction to how they campaigned against you? >> it was shocking. i'm a two-term state senator. been a republican since i was 13 years old. i paid my due, gone door-to-door, given my money and consider these men and women to be my colleagues but desperation and push for power pushed them
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over the edge. tuesday evening the republican primary in mississippi was not decided by republican voters, decided by 35 to 40,000 democrats. that's unprecedented and extraordinarily unusual. >> 6,000 votes now separate you. there is some issues whether or not people that voted in the democratic primary might have crossed over into this runoff, which would have been illegal. are you calling for a recount? >> it's not so much a recount. we're looking into the issue whether or not people who participated on june the i3rd primary crossed over tuesday night and we found more than 1,000 examples of that in one county alone. talking about widespread irregularities, in eligible voters shouldn't have been there in the first place. they were pushed there by an aggressive overt action by senator cochran full of
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race-baiting, distortion and lies. he literally ran the latter three weeks on food stamps, ran on voter suppression and ran on pork. mississippi is a conservative state. one would think our party was a conservative party. this proves otherwise. >> let me put upthon screen, i have two flyers that were being circulated we've gotten our hands on here. the first one says the tea party intends to prevent blacks from voting. then they go on to attack the tea party. then there's racial terms you, chris mcdaniels, tea party voted against the mississippi civil rights museum, opposed federal funding for public schools, nursing home photo scandal, made racial comments on a radio show. we have another one that says tea party intends to prevent you from voting and at the bottom it says chris mcdaniels in d.c. is a step back wart for mississippi. we've come this far, can't go back now. then there was this robo call. i want you to respond to all three of these. >> hello, neighbors, the time has come to make a stand and say
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no to the tea party. no to their obstruction, no to their disrespectful treatment of the first african-american president. on tuesday, june 24th, tea party candidate chris mcdaniels is in a runoff against senator thad cochran. if we do nothing, tea party candidate, chris mccancdaniels and causes even more problems for president obama. >> it goes on longer than that. we're running out of time. >> those flyers and the robocall are you certain they're from cochran? >> absolutely. they did everything in their power to embrace liberal democrats. if we have an agenda for conservatives, it's to fight with principle and power and be strong and courageous. they say they're going to fight the liberals in washington. they embraced the liberals in mipsz just to win an election. in mississippi just to win an election. it's the worst politicking i can imagine. they did it and gotten away with
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it so far. >> you won't support thad cochran under any circumstances? >> that's a great question, sean. i'm very dispointed right now in this is approach. i have to pray about it and talk to my family about it. i never thought they would treat another republican the way they treated me. i never thought they would go to those measures. i realize power is daunting and intoxicating. i didn't think it was worth character assassination of a friend. >> chris, thank you and joining us now with more reaction former clinton advisor and host of a radio show the big talker in philly, dick morris. dick, what frustrate mess here this is the same playbook democrats use all the time against republicans, conservatives, tea party people. if i was in mississippi i couldn't vote for thad cochran after this? >> i could. i could. thad usually gets 10 or 20% of the black vote it's not like he's a folk hero among blacks. mississippi is used to one party primaries that decide
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everything. it used to be the -- >> i'm talking about the tactic, talking about the flyers and robo calls. >> that's ridiculous, sean. thad cochran for all his flaws, i supported mcdaniels, i worked for him and raised money for him and gave money to him. it is no tribute to him to elect a democratic senator from mississippi. we have got to always support the winner of the republican primary, otherwise we'll be blessed with four more years of harry reid. >> if you had a flyer sent out about you that the tea party and that you intend to prevent blacks from voting, i don't know if you'd feel the same way. i'd feel -- >> i would. >> i'd take thatqn personally. >> come on, grow up. tough skin. >> being called a racist is okay with you by fellow republicans. i don't believe that at all. people that wouldn't give up power, i think people attacking a fellow conservative this way
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has crossed the line. >> that's -- i worked like hell for mcdaniel. >> to push aside all principles is not acceptable to me. >> obamacare is not acceptable to me. thad cochran voted against obamacare. >> it's one of the worst things you can do that type of character assassination, smear be searching so he can hang on to power at the end of his career, pretty despicable. >> i'm not going to reward harry reid by making him a majority leader. you think the people who benefit from splitting the republican party weren't the same people that send out that brochure? >> it becomes a point this is indefensible. it crossed the line for me. coming up, if iraq crumbles into a terrorist safe haven under the president's watch, should he be impeached?
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make it matter. welcome back. iraq is consumed by violent chaos with terrorists beheading on the way to baghdad and they have captured northern cities you see on the screen as well as important crossings at both the jordan and syrian borders and the group appears poised to
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achieve their goal of an isl islamist state that could be used as a safe haven. joining us analyst colonel ralph peters. you say the president should be impeached. explain. >> sean, i am not a lawyer, i cannot tell if this is legal grounds for impeachment. what i can tell you is that the president of the united states primary duty is to serve as commander and chief. nothing else comes close, not working on the economy, not interstate commerce. the primary duty of the president is to protect the united states of america, its citizens and interests, by allowing on his watch, while he does nothing, nothing that matters whatsoever, nothing that helps by allowing the creation of the first true terrorist state, other states have promoted terror, this would be a true terrorist state using extremist ideology against its
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own inhabitants but also to spread this wild crazy brutal islamic far beyond its borders and attack the united states and its interests. >> we lost 4,000 americans and many more injured. city after city we fought for now falling. what are we going to do now? send american troops back in? i don't believe in pinprick bombings as the answer. i don't think 300 guys being sent in there is the answer either. >> first, let's take this token of 300 guys. it is a token. obama as you know very well won't take responsibility for anything. he don't want to seem totally passive. by sending these vulnerable 300 person force inviting them to be attacked or kidnapped, he can pretend, say, i'm doing something. right now, you've hit a key point. this has gotten so bad and gone so far because obama for he has done nothing that mattered for
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extremist islam and technology has gotten so bad even air power, strong use of air power would not stop isis but it could impair them and could assist others in the fight against them. i wish i were more articulate on this. what i will tell you is this, we have to fight them. we're not going to put boots on the ground. but at least whack them from the air we should have done months ago when they were concentrated in their base areas and one big lie from the white house among many lies is they didn't know. i can tell you from sources within the intelligence communities we were watching isiis for years and watched this build up and knew they were coming across. the white house refused, refused to sep the detailed briefings, refused to sep reality. >> sad. i agree with you. this is going to come back to haunt us, no doubt about it. thank you for being with us. >> thank you, sean. >> it is a violation of human rights when individual women are raped in their own community. >> a lot coming up on this
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the most common side effect is diarrhea, sometimes severe. if it's severe, stop taking linzess and call your doctor right away. other side effects include gas, stomach-area pain and swelling. bottom line, ask your doctor about linzess today. hello. welcome back to hannity. hillary clinton is facing a backlash after the washington bye con unleashed tapes when she accused man of raping a 12-year-old girl even though she thought he was guilty at the time. >> do you remember that case where i represented that guy? it was a fascinating case, a really interesting case. this guy was accused of raping a 12-year-old. of course the claimed that he
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didn't and all this stuff. he took a lie detector test. i had him take a polygraph. which he passed which forever destroyed my faith in polygraphs. >> how did it turn out? >> oh, he plea bargained. got him off with time served in the county jail. head been in the county jail about two months. >> and then from the early '90s hillary clinton claiming she cared about women and children. >> over the past 25 years i have worked persistently for women and children and families. it is a violation of human rights when individual women are raped in their own communities. it is a violation of human rights when a leading cause of death worldwide among women, ages 14 to 44 is the violence they are subjected to in their own homes by their own relatives. >> here with reaction to more the always outspoken ann coulter. nobody in the media is covering this story. she got the guy off with time
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served even though she says, i gave up my faith in polygraphs. she's defending somebody she knows is guilty of raping a 12-year-old girl, gets him off, laughing about it on tape and then a great champion of women. >> right. first of all, i do love the southern accent not as much as when she does a black accent. the southern accent is fun. i think this is a pretty serious matter. i first heard about it on your radio show when you were talking about it. i don't think this is going to go over well with normal people because it fits in with the whole idea both the democratic party and particularly the clintons that they are just con-artists pretend being care about the little guy while they're using legal trickery to perpetrate injustices on the weak and powerless, which is what hillary clinton did here. this poor girl, if you read about what the crime was, it's quite shocking, more than comes across in that little fake southern accent conversation she gives. it was two guys who brutally
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ra raped and beat a 12-year-old girl who was a virgin, was made infertile, in a coma for five days. hillary clinton not only defended this guy, do not believe what they are saying elsewhere, lawyers are required to do this. oddly enough, i am a lawyer, i practiced law. i don't know any lawyers who have defended criminals personally. >> she said she did it as a favor. >> you have to reach out to take these cases. no one forces you to defend ted bundy, always the same lawyers doing it. in any event, she submitted an affidavit claiming this poor 12-year-old girl was a fantasist, she had falsely accused other people before. when the girl was presented with this recently she didn't know hillary had worked so hard to get her rapist off. she said, i don't know what she's talking about. she's lying in this affidavit. how can we trust her as president if she'll lie in a court case to defend the rapist
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of a young girl. it fits into this i feel your pain phoniness of the clintons. often the scandals that hurt the most, like gary hart being caught in monkey business having an affair. when it hurts the most when it fits into an image people have a sneaking suspicion people have about you and the suspicion people have about the clintons, big defenders of women and children, laughing about getting a guilty rapist off, a big issue, i think bigger than benghazi. >> you think about to the last election campaign one of the big stories was that mitt romney they have cut some kid's hair in high school. >> it is just shocking. what is it the cranbrook school in grosse pointe, michigan. they have to go back 40, 50 years. i think the kid's parents were defending mitt romney, some high school alleged prank that neither the family nor mitt romney remembers. they're running that everyday on the cover of the "washington
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post." this is when hillary clinton was an adult, a practicing lawyer and fits in with what i would say not only about the clintons but the democratic party generally this nonsense, i never want to hear about the republican war on women anymore. in addition to this, just this week new york taxpayers spending $40 million to pay off five savage rapists from central park i've written about a lot including my book "demonic" no proof these five are guilty. the powerful putting one over on innocent victims of rapists. >> you have sold multiple number one best selling books. 84,000 for 14 or $15 million advance, hillary claiming she was broke the year she got an $8 million book deal. seriously. then she says today that, well, bill and i aren't well off. meanwhile, chelsea clinton says i tried real hard to care about money. she got a $600,000 salary for almost a no show job in
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television. >> yes. what did they calculate it was per minute, $16,000 per minute chelsea spends on nbc's air waves. hillary does not have the light touch that bill clinton does. that's saying something because i don't think he's so charming and charismatic despite the rumors. that business about dead broke, funny is to see liberals flashback and forth between viciously attacking mitt romney for working for his money, he gave away the money he inherited. worked for his money and made himself a wealthy man. then when hillary clinton acquired all this money for being married to an adult rouse president, we must make her president now. that's how she gets her money and turn around citing fdr, we want our presidents to be richer than we are. you weren't saying that about mitt romney all mr. elitist out of touch. >> ann coulter, good to see you.
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built for business. welcome back to hannity. today was the highly anticipated world cup match between the u.s. and germany. although our guys almost tied it up in the end. germany defeated the u.s. team with one goal they scored early in the game. nevertheless, the u.s. will still advance to the next round and world cup mania still exists. and with us our resident sock r sock -- soccer experts. before coming on the air, she said i don't really know a lot about soccer. >> i don't know a lot about soccer but doesn't want me to be critical about soccer? 24 million -- this is americans. these aren't even soccer fans, american fans --
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>> i'm not a big soccer plan. i played varsity soccer. i didn't like it even when i played it. >> can you appreciate america playing in a truly world tournament and starting to advance and catch up? >> no. i'm the guy that wants the un out of the united states and i don't want to spend money on the un. i don't care about soccer, our game is baseball and basketball. >> why do people who hate soccer feel the need to tell everybody how much they hate soccer. if you don't like soccer, fine, sit around and hate soccer. nobody cares. >> the world is changing. >> great. the world is changing, i have to go off the bridge with everybody else. >> 28 million people watched. >> the president told george stephanopoulos according to a st george stephanopoulos tweet it's affecting foreign policy moves. >> and president bush sent congratulati
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congratulations. >> and the president is watching it aboard air force one. >> this is terrible. i don't see how this is turned into a political issue. seems like soccer is upsetting conservatives. >> i would like to know the president's scheduled an decision making on foreign policy moves is not impacted by a stupid soccer game? >> what exactly did he say? >> stepan nop george stephanopo tweet, the president said the schedule is affecting some foreign policy moves. >> the world cup is probably improving things. >> like congress leaving next week, we're all better off. >> i will give you a good example, the german embassy opened up two big screens on their lawn and 30,000 americans showed up at the german embassy. it got us closer to the germans. >> let me go to chuck todd's statement. i'll go to kirsten first. were there any real victims in the irs targeting scandal?
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i'm like what about the people who didn't get their tax-exempt status couldn't move forward had to deal with the irs and intimidation and harassment, are they victims? >> they're absolutely victims. we talked about this last night on special report a lot. it's hard to account for the mainstream media's lack of interest in this. the only way you can say something like this is because you haven't followed the story. i don't know how you can follow the story and not feel something terrible has happened here the irs in particular lois lerner is a very problematic person. >> do you feel these e-mails like the fox poll, do you agree this was done intentionally? >> we don't know for sure but it does look like -- first, it looks like the irs intentionally doesn't keep their e-mails in my opinion, they've gone out of the way not to have archives. then to have this hard drive go missing after they know it's going to probably be subpoenaed looks very nefarious to me. >> didn't just go missing, it was destroyed. a purposeful act.
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i think it's clear there were victims. remember the dramatic testimony we had from the tea party group leaders. they were asked, what was the effect of this targeting on your organizations? the word that they used i think it was first used by the woman who had true the vote, was we were rendered dormant before the 2012 elections. we were rendered dormant. they went down the line, what about you? we were rendered dormant. you have these very effective conservative groups rendered basically useless before the presidential election. >> that goes back to the lerner video where he she said they want the irs to do it. >> even if the irs hadn't been effective it would still be a problem, even if they had done this and somehow were ineffective, they are still victims, harassing people. >> you just answered chuck todd, what's the problem here. of course there are problems you neutralize an organization or movement and deny it and then
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ainslie got to go to a banquet where one very deserving warrior got a surprise. >> we have a special surprise where one young man just finished his 58th, 59th surgery and left the hospital because he wanted to be here tonight. jeffrey and ashley, you know that home you're hoping for in tampa, from all of us to you, it's yours. [ applause [ applause ] >> army corps practical jesse murphy and his family will be getting a mortgage-free custom built home designed just for them in the great state of florida. you know what's amazing, our audience helped make some of these homes happen. >> we thank you so much and hope you will be able to contribute to this great organization. because of your story, sean -- >> in all fairness, this was your story.
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we feature people on the program. >> for all of you and all of us we are making a difference in the lives of people who fought for our country. $1 million last year because of your show they raised money to build 35 to 40 mortgage-free homes. they already reached their goal in december after your special. we did a special during christmas-time. they reached the goal to cover all the homes in 2014. in 2015 they want enough to build 35 homes. you go to the website, building homes for heroes. >> one word, building homes for >> yes. i should know that. it might just google it. building homes for heroes. >> thanks, ainsley, great reporting. let's continue to help these folks out. building homes for don't forget to tune in tomorrow night, 10:00 p.m. for a special edition of fox news reporting iraq and the rise of a terrorist state hosted by our colleague, chris wallace, tomorrow night at
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10:00. hope you start your day with "fox & friends" first. ainsley, 5:00 to 6:00. hope you have a great night. no getting to the bottom of the irs email vanishing act. this is "on the record." hot on the trail. >> we need a special prosecutor. >> the irs emails poof, gone. did they really disappear? >> these guys who have the power, literally to ruin and destroy people's lives will stop at nothing. >> new developments tonight and "on the record" is on the case. plus, i take you ooff the record. >> attorney general eric holder continues to refuse to appoint a special prosecutor. he should be impeached. >> why i think time is up for eric holder. >> it started with. this john boehner getting ready to sue the president. and now this: >> the supreme court blasting president obama's decision to bypass congress. the